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Amy Falstrom | Indianapolis Artist

Amy Falstrom works out of Indianapolis, Indiana. Her biggest influence for her abstract expressionistic paintings is nature and the intimate feelings it evokes for her. She uses the perceived randomness and seeming chaos in nature as ideas for subjects and images in her work.

So embedded in her pieces are the shapes and shades of nature that one might call her pieces abstract landscape expressionism. Through her artwork, she explores unusual color harmonies and odd combinations of forms. There is an element of chaos theory in them, and the idea that the perceiver overlays the meaningless with meaning.

Amy Falstrom holds a Master of Fine Arts from Indiana University at Bloomington in printmaking, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in painting and drawing. Thoroughly ensconced in Indianapolis art, she has also participated in a Studies Abroad Program in Cortona, Italy through the University of Georgia at Athens.

Recent Indy reviews talk about her consistency of purpose as an artist, describing her impact as at once distant and playful. Her work has been featured in “Orion Magazine” and various other journals.

Unlike the rest of her work, Amy Falstrom‘s print work utilizes representational figures in a surrealistic style, mostly black and white. Her unique vision, however, pervades this body of work as it does her oils and acrylics.

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